All Ordinaries

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207,210,149 ($249,363,010,459)

Market news

  • Risk Returns

    All eyes turn to the Middle East as conflict in Yemen stands as a stark reminder of the one sided nature of the geo-political risks to asset markets. Higher oil and gold prices, and lower share markets, are the inevitable result of the return of risk as the potential for armed conflict escalates.
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  • Shares Slammed

    Unfortunately timed data has kicked the Australian share market where it is technically vulnerable. After repeated failures by the index to break through the 6,000 level, local investors have seized on the negative overnight action and slammed the market, pushing the index under 5,900. Volatility is up, and every sector in the red, albeit on light and unconvincing volumes.
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  • US good-news-is-bad-news theme gives a soft lead to markets this morning

    The stock market will open this morning contemplating the good-news-is-bad-news theme as far as the US economy is concerned. A reasonable CPI read and very strong housing sales in the US during February have the market thinking about US interest rate increases. This led to a decline in US stock markets and is likely to flow through to a soft start to local trading this morning.
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  • China‚Äôs unexpected manufacturing numbers spook traders

    The local bourse oscillated in mild gains ahead of HSBC Flash Manufacturing PMI numbers and trading volumes remained subdued as traders reserved their bets until after the fact.
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  • Misleading Leads

    After a night of weak trading in shares local futures markets are indicating falls at the opening for most Asia Pacific markets. However, USD weakness has once again boosted commodity prices and may see support for Australian stocks despite a higher AUD.
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Index Current value + Change
S&P/ASX 200 5879.1 fallen by 0% 0.0
Materials 9190.9 fallen by 0% 0.0
Industrials 4652.3 fallen by 0% 0.0
Financials 7030.6 fallen by 0% 0.0
+ Indice values are delayed by at least 20 minutes. Values are indicative only.

Market movers

  • 17 rising
  • 922 steady
  • 15 falling
  • 17 %
  • 922 %
  • 15 %
BPT $1.1 risen by $0.02 +1.85%
AWC $1.66 risen by $0.01 +0.61%
BLD $6.33 risen by $0.03 +0.48%
ORI $19.969999 fallen by $0 -0%
MFG $19.299999 fallen by $0 -0%
MND $10.109999 fallen by $0 -0%
TPM $8.979999 fallen by $0 -0%

Upcoming dividends

Company Dividend Franking Ex-dividend date
KMD 2.93¢ 85.01% 3 Jun 2015
SNC 100% 1 Jun 2015
SDG 100% 1 Jun 2015
WAX 100% 18 May 2015
UOS 0% 13 May 2015
TWD 10¢ 100% 11 May 2015
SDG 100% 6 May 2015
HGG 12.56¢ 0% 6 May 2015
TMM 100% 5 May 2015
MFF 0% 29 Apr 2015
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